By LYNN DOAN
HOUSTON (Bloomberg) -- Phillips 66s
refinery in the Los Angeles area
will shut a reformer this week for a turnaround, said a person
familiar with operations.
The planned work will last for 30 days, the person said,
asking not to be identified because the information isnt
Rich Johnson, a Phillips 66 spokesman at the companys
headquarters in Houston, declined to comment, citing company policy.
The 139,000 bpd Los Angeles refinery is made up of two plants,
in Carson and Wilmington, that are linked by pipeline. The
complex, which runs mainly heavy, high-sulfur crudes, produces
gasoline, diesel and other products for markets in California,
Nevada and Arizona, Phillips 66s website said.